Yet more insights into the Apple v Adobe battle for a portable multimedia standard have come to light, not least knowledge that the poor performance of Flash on powerful modern smartphones reflects what may yet emerge to be an executive-level blunder on the part of Adobe.
Wired tells us that back when the iPhone was introduced in 2007, Adobe failed to take the Apple product seriously. Instead of focusing its Flash for Mobile teams around development for increasingly powerful devices, it cast its vote toward the so-called
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